Pass-a-Grille Pathway to the Future Project

Marry Pier

Thank you to everyone who came out to the events held so far - the walkabout on 4/23, the workshops on 5/7 and 7/17, and the design fair 5/29-5/30. The abundance of information you have given will be a great foundation for developing Design Standards and any other tools we implement to improve Pass-a-Grille. We have organized all of your feedback with materials from the events in the links to the right. Stay tuned for the project's next steps.


This project focuses on retaining the character of Pass-a-Grille while planning for it's future. The city's National Register Historic District was established in 1998 and expanded in 2003. It covers most of the area south of 32nd Avenue. Over recent years, the community has expressed concern that Pass-a-Grille is losing its historic character. City staff is working with Tindale-Oliver & Associates to learn what it is that the residents of the city value most in Pass-a-Grille, as well as ways to improve it. A large part of the conversation is on Design Standards for new construction so that it fits in with the rest of the community.

Whether you live in the neighborhood or not, Pass-a-Grille is an integral part of our community and is a piece of what makes St. Pete Beach great. Please give your feedback using the forms to the right or by contact:

Chelsey Welden, Urban Planner, CNU-A
Community Development Department
155 Corey Avenue, St. Pete Beach
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